Haywood Mission Institute is one of the oldest and most reputable learning institutions in the republic of Liberia that provides instruction for kindergarten through 12th grade. The institution is recognized for molding young Liberians and foreign residents into productive, patriotic citizens, and future leaders.  Learn more about us
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Science laboratory supplies and equipment are needed to provide basic and advanced instruction for 1100 students concerning: elementary science, secondary biology, chemistry, and physics.  When accomplished, Haywood will be the only high school to have a modern science laboratory on the Old Road, Cong Town Community.  
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Liberian President applauds HMI
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Dr. Myra Simpson honored for excellence in education at HMI 
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The Haywood Mission Institute is located in Monrovia, Liberia. Monrovia is the capital city of the West African country of Liberia. Located on the Atlantic Coast at Cape Mesurado, it lies geographically within Montserrado County, but is administered separately. The city is governed as a metropolitan city called Greater Monrovia District, which had a population of 970,824 as of the 2008 census, containing 29% of the total population of Liberia and is the country's most populous city.[2] Monrovia is the cultural, political and financial hub for the entire country. The body that administers the government of Greater Monrovia District is the Monrovia City Corporation.

Founded in 1822, Monrovia is named in honor of U.S. President James Monroe, a prominent supporter of the colonization of Liberia. Along with Washington, D.C., it is one of two national capitals to be named after a U.S. President. Monrovia was founded thirty years after Freetown, Sierra Leone, the first permanent Black American settlement in Africa. The city's economy is dominated by its harbor, and government offices. Monrovia's harbor was significantly expanded by U.S. forces during the Second World War and the main exports include latex and iron ore. Materials are also manufactured on-site, such as cement, refined petroleum, food products, bricks and tiles, furniture and chemicals. Located near the confluence of the Mesurado and Saint Paul rivers, the harbor also has facilities for storing and repairing vessels (wiki, 2013).

​The Haywood Mission School is committed to providing quality education for Liberian youth.  Many of the students go on to further their education in United States colleges and universities. An Alumni association was formed so former HMI students living in the U.S. can stay connected with each other. HMI is also called "Mighty Haywood" by the students because its one of the most premier schools in Liberia which opens the door of opportunity for its students through superior education and Christian faith in God.
The city was severely damaged in the First and Second Liberian Civil Wars, notably during the siege of Monrovia, with many buildings damaged and nearly all the infrastructure destroyed. Major battles occurred between Samuel Doe's government and Prince Johnson's forces in 1990 and with the NPFL's assault on the city in 1992. A legacy of the war is a large population of homeless children and youths, either having been involved in the fighting or denied an education by it (wiki, 2013).

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